A complete look at the top three teams at every Colorado state meet since 1975.
Niwot returns as the second-fastest squad in the state.
Cole Sprout leads a star-studded state with his 14:32.
Mountain Vista has three of the top 10 returners from 2018.
Parker Wolfe's 15:26 was in No. 2 in the class last year.
Cole Nash dropped nearly three minutes from his freshmen PR.
Taylor Whitfield leads a star-studded junior class.
Erik Le Roux tops the sophomore class in the state, and the country.
Monika Williams took the USATF Region 10 400H title in 1:03.45.
Riley Stewart (royal blue singlet) and Cameron McConnell (white singlet) are the top two returners in the sophomore class.
Cole Sprout tops the list.
Samrawit Dishon (left) returns as the fastest girl in the senior class.
Cruz Culpepper, Aidan Fitzgerald, and Cal Banta make for the top three 400m-800m runners of 2019.
Taylor Whitfield was the top 1,600 + 3,200 runner in 2019.
Monika Williams won the 400, and 400 Hurdles at the Colorado USATF Junior Olympic Championships.
Max Manson booked his ticket to the NACAC Pan-American U20 Championships with a runner-up finish in the pole vault.
Abigail Renfrow dropped 4.27 seconds from 2018 to 2019.
Max Saliman dropped 34 seconds from his 2018 best in the 800.
Anna Hall returns as the defending champ in the heptathlon.
Yasin Sado finished fourth in the 2,000 steeple at New Balance Nationals Outdoor.
Ignacio's Charlize Valdez topped the list with a staggering 2:38 drop from her 2018 best.